Monika Staszków

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BACKGROUND Despite more frequent use of the oscillometric method (OSC) for arterial blood pressure (BP) measurement, little is known about OSC's accuracy when used with hemodialysed patients. This study was undertaken to determine if hemodialysis (HD) and individual features in examined patients can affect the accuracy of OSC for BP measurement. (More)
We present a case of a 75-year-old woman with manifestations of celiac disease. Currently, there is an increase in the prevalence atypical celiac disease which is more commonly diagnosed in the elderly. Diagnostic techniques and treatment options of celiac disease, particularly in the elderly have been presented in detail.
BACKGROUND The accuracy of oscillometric blood pressure (BP) measuring devices determined in resting conditions may be distorted in those under hemodialysis (HD). METHODS The evaluation of accuracy of the Omron HEM-907 was performed in accordance with the International Protocol for validation of BP measuring devices (IP). Out of a group of 49 patients(More)
191 A 57‐year‐old woman with chronic kidney disease (CKD) on hemodialysis for 5 years underwent sub‐ total parathyroidectomy for secondary hyperpara‐ thyroidism. Three years later, she presented with gradually increasing serum parathormone (abo‐ ve 1000 pg/ml) and phosphate levels despite tre‐ atment with high doses of phosphate binders with active vitamin(More)
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